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Pollination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pollination is the process by which pollen is transferred to the female reproductive organs of a plant, thereby enabling fertilization to take place.

What is Pollination ? - USDA Forest Service
17 Sep 2016 at 4:51am
Pollination is the act of transferring pollen grains from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma. The goal of every living organism, including plants, is to ...

Biology of Plants: Pollination - MBGnet
23 Sep 2016 at 9:40pm
What does the word "pollination" mean? Pollination is the transfer of pollen from a stamen to a pistil. Pollination starts the production of seeds.

Pollination for Kids - Science Games and Videos
Pollination for Kids - Interesting videos, lessons, quiz games, interactive diagrams, presentations and activities on pollination.

The Pollination Home Page
Management information for both home and commercial fruit and vegetable pollination.

Pollination | Definition of Pollination by Merriam-Webster
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What is pollination - Pollinator Paradise
What is pollination? Some definitions. NEW! A bee identification exercise to try with master gardeners, kids and other groups.

Pollination - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
What happens after pollination is fertilisation. In plants it is a double fertilisation in which two sperm cells fertilize cells in the plant ovary.

pollination | Britannica.com
Pollination, transfer of pollen grains from the stamens, the flower parts that produce them, to the ovule-bearing organs or to the ovules (seed precursors) themselves.

Pollination - definition of pollination by The Free Dictionary
The fruit industry in the Western Cape requires between 120 000 and 140 000 pollination units annually and the demand is increasing each year.

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